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Acid Drop is an Atari 2600 clone of the Sega game Columns, which appeared in the Arcade and on the Sega Master System, Genesis and Game Gear. Columns itself is a derivative of the groundbreaking puzzle game Tetris.
In Acid Drop you arrange colored blocks falling from the top of the game screen. Each time you connect three or more blocks of the same color, they disappear. Blocks can be grouped horizontally or vertically. Unlike in Columns, if cleared blocks cause other blocks to form a match, the new grouping will not disappear. The game ends when blocks reach the top of the screen.
Players can choose to begin at level one through 30. As the levels progress, blocks fall at a faster rate. ~ Michael Schwartz/Joan Dykman, All Game Guide